The only drawings in the show, collectively titled "To C.T. With Love," refer to famed American artist Cy Twombly, who passed away in July, 2011. Twombly was known for his large, scribbled paintings, often inspired by Greek mythology. The four square mixed-media drawings adopt his childlike imagery in the crude, thickly outlined cloud shapes, with MacKinnon's signature strip of cerulean over the otherwise black-and-white color scheme. The drawings communicate a bold liveliness that she seems to intentionally avoid in most of her paintings. The cloud shapes in "To C.T." echo the poured splotches in "No More Blue Skies," where milky clouds in a gray space are overlapped by the stripe of sky blue. The paint takes on a life of its own. Rippled textures in the surface illuminate the metallic pigments. The chemical variations caused by the intermingling of different pigments and mediums draw the viewer into closer observation. It's the kind of meditative experience that could potentially spark serious contemplation of Earth's changing atmosphere, which the colors in the paintings attempt to mimic, holding out the pristine blue as a sharp censure of the polluted grays. MacKinnon presents both past and present realities at once, a simple kind of time warp to absorb the viewer.